Victor Utah Brown, age 54, of Deweyville, Texas, passed away on Sunday, March 20, 2022 in Zavalla, Texas. Services to honor Victor’s life will be; Visitation will be March 24, 2022 from 5:00PM-9:00PM, at Hartburg Baptist Church. Services Friday, March 25, 2022 at 10:00AM at Hartburg Baptist Church, interment will follow at Deweyville Cemetery. Officiating Reverend John Fortenberry.
Victor was born in Orange, Texas on September 7, 1967, to parents Utah Carroll Brown and Nancy Mylicia Horton. He had been a long time resident of Deweyville, Texas.
Victor worked for International Paper as an Operator and was a courageous firefighter for Deweyville Volunteer Fire Department. He spent eighteen beautiful years with his best friend and wife Kelly Brown. Victor could be found soaking up the outdoors every chance he had and taking great pleasure in spending time with his family and grandchildren. He was a very giving man with a huge heart always taking care of those around him. He was a big family guy that deeply loved and was deeply loved back. He will be immensely missed by all those he impacted with his love and friendship.
He is preceded in death by his parents Toy (Utah) and Sally (Nancy) Brown, brothers Bo Brown and Toy Dale Brown.
Those left to cherish his memory are his loving devoted wife Kelly Brown, daughters, Eden and husband Jake Burke of Deweyville, TX, Victoria and husband Aaron Arpin of Deweyville, TX, Hope and wife Alicia Smith of Vidor, TX, Jessica and husband Troy Hatch of Buna, TX and Chelsea Hathaway of Alexandria, LA, sons, Joshua Brown and wife Jordan of Deweyville, TX, Bubba Hathaway and wife Alexis of Orange, TX, grandchildren, Faith, Lane, Brayleigh, Brayden, Matthew, AJ, River, Whytlee, Jordan, Halle, Troy, and Owen, sister, Nancy Brown and brother, Arlon Davis and wife Sondra Davis.
Pallbearers to honor Victor will be Wesley Green, Bubba Powell, Bubba Whitsitt, Brian Lindsey, Jonathan Davis, Stuart Welch, Alan Collier and Troy Hatch. Honorary pallbearers will be Mark McCall, Rocky Linscomb, Jim Hamilton and Shirley Horton, Todd Gentz.
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